His observations of the many varieties of finch birds in the Galapagos Island led him to solidify his theory of natural selection.
It takes a certain amount of training to set up and use, finch said.
The finch calls its mate by uttering a few notes followed by a long trill.
"You must never forget what the finch calls," continued the grandmother.
Both were signed by both interested parties, then Davy paid finch fifty dollars on his contract and the meeting adjourned.
Doubtful; but perhaps for syngies, an old name for the finch.
As poet, Mr. finch of course recalled many former members of the society.
Bowman, you will see that finch is comfortable, and send her to me.
Of course, he had misjudged finch almost from the first, he realized that.
It was a splendid thought of yours to turn in here for a feed, Captain finch.
Old English finc, from Proto-Germanic *finkiz, *finkjon (cf. Middle Low German and Middle Dutch vinke, Dutch vink, Old High German finco, German Fink), perhaps imitative of the bird's note (cf. Breton pint "chaffinch," Russian penka "wren").